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? to ben stein, glad to see you. as you can tell, he's glad to be back. charles payne, dagen mcdowell. we've also got adam and charlie gasparino. welcome all. charles payne, what are we to make of this? >> the thing we got to worry about, everyone watching the show has to worry about something that's rushed, hand fisted, wait fort fog to clear because you're going to really love it when you get the details kind of plan. we don't need anything to score political points. but you can't push a plan through without border security being first and foremost. i think almost every other day we learn about how awful this obamacare thing is. so just to put something through that both sides can stay to a certain bloc of voters we like you you is a huge mistake. >> ben stein? >> 100% agree with you about the political pandering this to this panic vote. i've never seen anything quite so explicit in my life in terms of pandering to an ethnic group. it's embarrassing on behalf of both parties. i think -- >> i think whether you're pandering or not, the fact is you're delaying what looked like close at han
it together on keeping us safer, is anyone safe? to ben stein. as you tell he is glad to be back. charles payne, dagen mcdowell. we've also got adam and charlie gasparino. charles payne, what do we make of this? >> the day we have to worry about. everybody has to worry about it. wait for the fog to clear because you will love it when you get the plan out there. we don't need to score any political points the. you can't push a plan through without border security being first and foremost and. to push something through so both sides can say to bloc of voters, we like you would be a huge mistake. >> i hundred percent agree with you the political pandering to the hispanic vote. i have never seen anything so explicit in terms of pandering to an ethnic group. >> company's utility party is whole another issue. i think when you are pandering or not the fact of the matter you s you are delayin what looked like close at hand reform. i don't know if it is good or bad thing. >> may i respectfully ask, what is connection between border security and tsarnaev brothers. they didn't slip through the borde
for the rest of the world to just lead, okay. thank you. >> thank you. lloyd morgan. and then tony stein, and rose marie [speaker not understood]. >>> hi, i'm a senior researcher with environmental health trust. i'm also a member of two international scientific organizations, the epidemiology consortium and bio[speaker not understood] society. i'm also a board member of the [speaker not understood] of the united states. this june the bioelectric magnetic society has invited me, in fact, a key person who is the architect of the exposure limits has invited me to talk about how children receive more radiation than adults do and cell phones. even if industry is shifting its position concerning the increase risk to children, but san francisco is going to cave to the industry, i would urge you not to cave to the industry. the ctia is forcing this agreement upon the city, the city passed it unanimously and we have a right to know. i would also suggest that you should not go into closed session because the settlement is already publicly available. thank you. >>> good afternoon. thank you. my nam
city bombing and the waco assault. with me now is jeff stein. he edits the spy talk blog and writes for the "washington post" on intelligence issues. the president jumped on this immediately yesterday stating that yule of his resources would be -- that all of his resources would be involved. give me your reaction to where things are and what you think is going to happen? >> i think he was rightfully cautious about defining this act and whom might be responsible because in fact we don't know yet. my assistant overnight surveyed the right wing, white superiority, neonazi websites, by the way. and we find we're cautious in reacting to this bombing, although one of the most extreme said that they're worried they were going to be blamed for this bombing and that the government would for yao it as a pretext -- would use it as a pretext to take away their guns. some of the more extreme websites talked about that but most of them are very cautious. the most radical comments come from the readers who visit these websites and say it's time to hang all the muslims and things like that that's t
. pundit, actor ben stein, there he is. now ben, i want you just to tell me where you are putting your money, your own cash. because i know you. very careful, thrifty so that even ferris buehrle would understand it. buy the market itself. don't try to pick individual stocks. don't go with stock pickers even if they ever beautiful young women who say pick stocks go. with the markets. can you buy the index fund. there is almost no commission. it buys all the stocks and the 500 u.s. industrial public owned companies. can you buy an index fund from vanguard. and for almost no commission whatsoever, buy the largest even warren buffet who has been kind enough to become my friend and my latter years has said that he cannot outperform the markets. >> you are a dedicated stock guy. you believe no matter what happens that the stock market will eventually come back so just buy the whole market and these index funds and just put it away and hope and fray pray? >> if it goes down, buy more. but over long periods of time. >> won't have any money if it goes down. >> that's why you have to not put all
and leaders of both houses, president stein house and president per ez have shown strong leadership. this check is much more symbolic of many many other checks that have come as a result of investor confidence in the city. i want to thank the labor for being part of all these projects and the business community for working closely with us and the transbay joint powers authority for being consistent entities here to steer through all of these years of changes and economic turmoils. i want to thank our friends at boston properties for being great anchors to this city. congratulations and thanks very much. [ applause ] >> thank you, mr. mayor. we very much appreciate your remarks. thank you very much. it is now my pleasure to introduce a very important woman, not only to this project but to this new district. supervisor jane kim. supervisor was appointed to the board of supervisors, she is currently a member of the finance and budget committees and shares the rules committee. she also sits on the san francisco county authority and the development authority board. i would like to expre
and white house correspondent for the huffington post, sam stein. and msnbc political analyst and vice president and executive editor of msnbc.com, richard wolf. senior national correspondent from bloomberg "businessweek," josh rain. good to have you on board this morning. >> sam is complaining because he doesn't have sam stein. >> why not? >> he thinks he should be important enough to have sam stein on his twitter account. he was talking about the sweetest handle on twitter. >> the breaking news your father is on twitter. >> he is on twitter. >> that's big. >> that's big. >> that's pretty awesome. >> he turned 85 last week. he joined twitter this week. >> z. big! >> try z. big/sam stein. >> just jump on that train. >> you know he is tweeting what the president said yesterday about the attorney general of california. >> yes, there is that. we will start there then. president obama's is facing online backlash over comments he made about california's attorney general. a d.c. luncheon outside of san francisco saying she is, quote, brilliant and dedicated and tough. she also happens to be
, support horse slaughter like radio talk show host and trainer, roger stein. >> it is a necessary evil. >> reporter: he breeds horses on his farm in stockton. >> i have a stallion who breeds you know, upwards of 25 mares per year. >> reporter: three race horses from the farm recently showed up on the block. stein claims he knew nothing about it but admits. >> the truth is, what do you do with them unless they can race. there is a very very real need for disposal of horses that are no longer any chance of being an asset they are liabilities. >> reporter: derek disagrees. >> our industry and our horse owners have been able to bare this burden of either caring for the horse for the rest of its life in one form or another or giving it a peaceful, painless death, slaughter is not a human alternative ever. >> reporter: it is simple. >> because of different medications routinely used i wouldn't eat horse meat not from the u.s. >> reporter: now the proposed ban on horse slaughter comes at a time when several meat process sores in the u.s. are petitioning the usda to slaughter horses again the
, the huffington post, sam stein. first the latest in west texas. i have reports coming in, joe, say the place looks like a lair literally war zone. charles hadlock has the latest. >> as you reported, the briefing ended here. >> reporter: we will have another one at 10:00 a.m. eastern time. here is what we know so far. at least 160 people have been injured in the explosion of a fertilizer plant in west texas. 20 miles north of waco and 80 miles south of dallas/ft. worth. among the fatal casualties are between 5 and 15 and among those are 3 to 5 firefighters and perhaps one law enforcement officer. houses were blocked around this fertilizer plant. i was in kauffman, county, 60 miles away and we could feel it there. the concussion rattled the windows. we thought it was the approaching storms but it turned out it was much worse than that. it was an explosion that killed several people here in town and perhaps dozens more. mika? >> willie? >> willie geist here. is there any suspension whatsoever of criminal element to this at all? i think the officer who just spoke at the press conference defected
be the clip about what they could accept in gun control, sam stein. we have a clip somewhere in our files. >> this is a tight-lipped show. >> we don't have time to rehearse the clips. it's not real show business. >> no. are you serious? >> we will show the immigration reform clip some other time. >> just tell us what it was. >> it was basically they'll accept something that's consistent with the president's principles. i have them memorized, mostly. >> good thing. >> and that, of course, is path to citizenship, and that is where the problem is. >> is that really the problem, though? you would think that at this juncture republicans would sort have gotten the message after losing 70% of the hispanic vote. i don't see why the white house needs to bend that much on this. they won an election largely on the hispanic vote. largely because they were promising to do immigration reform with a path tozenship. if they were to turn around and say the path to citizenship is going to be a 20-year process -- >> you have taken the path to citizenship. you have the dual citizenship, mart martin short. >>
to expertise to michael stein who designed a 100 thousand square foot of the olympic stadium. last week they asked to make recommendations. this is not on the website. i have not seen it. thank you. >> thank you. >> i'm jim patrick with patrick and company. there have been a lot of discussions on this board, but i think the board needs to make policies to encourage buildings to happen around their area. i'm right around their area. to my knowledge there is no policies in place to incur this tax increase. i'm against the aluminum awe ning. we have a building near by. the pigeons love it and the dirt loves it. it will buildup and you just can't go in with a rag and wipe those out every 3 or 4 months. it's really impossible. to clean it, we water spray down and it's a big mess. i believe, no. 1. no. 2, the pigeons love it. they will find their way in and there is a lot of areas. big problems with pigeons. so i think we really need to rethink this. no. 3, i like the visibility and the idea of being able to see action and reducing 20 percent. you won't be as visible and being able to see it
. >>> california senator diane fine stein is also home in the bay area tonight. in 11 minutes, what she said about a new military threat against the united states. >> california governor jerry brown's office released details of his trip to china next week. the purpose is to promote california to chinese investigators and business leaders, including five stops in beijing and shanghai. >>> sheriff's officials in napa county identified a man shot by a for that psychotics agent last night. >> they say pablo ramirez is wanted for violating his probation. authorities say he was in his vehicle with two other men in a parking lot in napa when drug agents confronted the trio. he reportedly got into an altercation with one of the agents who shot him in the chest. >>> the u.s. coast guard released video of crew members recovering 245 large bags of marijuana. >> officials say mexican smugglers tossed the bags over board, after being spotted. >> they escaped to mexican waters, having an estimated value of $5 million. >> chuck read is taking his baseball pitch to the league. >> he requested a personal meeting t
of community support is there for the alcohol license? >> i talk to mr. gold stein and says welcome. and -- [inaudible] we like to have something different but i don't own the building and maybe you can recommend the public works there is no sidewalk. >> mr. ascarrunz have you communicated with supervisor cohen's office on this one? i understand you have and if you could elaborate on that please. >> i will do whatever i can. i have no problem. >> have you communicated with supervisor malia cohen's office? >> yes. did you talk to the people? yes. did you talk to the people? yes. they were very happy. >> thank you very much. if there are no other questions let's open this up for public comment. if there is someone that would like to speak please come forward. two minutes maximum per person. >> my name is mikeel nolan and a resident of san francisco since 1970 and living in bernal heights. hi the pleasure of meeting cesar ascarrunz and he's been a pioneer and a hands on guy. when you give him a license you know he's going to be responsible in managing the place, managing th
the costs are getting big are by the day. to ben stein, gerri willis, charlie gasperino. >> 24,000 people in california are hired to interpret obamacare? nancy pelosi doesn't understand it, the health care industry has been trying to understand it and can't do it. the bottom line, and i'm looking at it it from the consumers point of view, your costs are only going up some 68 million people are probably going to lose their corporate sponsored health care as a result of obama-- >> how many? >> 68 million. >> at least we're going to create 21,000 jobs in california. is that really the bottom, bottom line? there's more it to this than economics? >> happened to take two minutes out of my life and started reading the 63 pages. rules for navigators and shut down after the second page. the same thing happening since day one. we were told we had to figure out what was going to be in it. we knew what was going to come. it's going to be much higher costs, all kinds of regulations and mandates, we'll get the surprises by the week, whether it's a $63 fee for just to have a fee or this. i can't imagine
stein. you know, ben comes on here and touts the need to raise taxes and i don't totally disagree with him, but the problem is it's so much easier to raise taxes if you start boy raising taxes you'll never do any of the cuts. the only cuts that we had, when you think about it are the sort of marge nat sequester cuts and we do need-- >> it's never, we have never in this country had an experience where we have cut stuff first and then raised taxes, and it's always raise taxes and then maybe we might, you know, fiddle with the potential growth of the-- >> and adam, coming to that, what were you saying? >> we should get back to the premise the new taxes and the-- >> excuse me it's not adam lashinsky on business, but go ahead. >> all i would like to say, neil, is that all of these -- the new taxes that you listed at the outset, essential i the user fees, this is good public policy. >> you're paying more or not? >> yes, the president shouldn't have said in the campaign not one new tax. i mean, we should -- politicians should never open their mouth. >> neil: and you can call a-- the fact
and to support president obama and senior fine fine stein on their national events and i want to take a moment to make sure that we hong hospital members of sandy hook continue keeping them in our minds and but also, that things that are not as announced but every single week whether it's oakland san jose or san francisco, that is young kid and i get this text every night calf can american meal 17 -years-old victim, to the chess, to the head. we have got to end this gun violence we have got do embrace, strategies that work so that, you can keep our cities safe. that will help us, as much as education is, as much as investment in housing is as much as investing in buss as well. it's got to be the whole package and i don't care what poles say or what political groups say it's the right thing do let's all join together and make sure that happens. (applause) >>> i'll close i want to thank dan and tim for awful their good economic analysis, i think they guided you with that i'll be happy to answer questions in a moment but i'll close with a type thought: you know we are living today in an extra
the country was transfixed by the watergate reporting of bob stein.d and carl here's how the new documentary will air on discovery sunday night sets the scene. with the nixon campaign in full swing. >> this re-election committee would become entangled with a mysterious illegal break-in. >> five men were arrested early saturday while trying to install eavesdropping equipment at the democratic national committee. >> it was the sunday after the burglary, we were the only two that showed up in the office. >> i was in the office that day. i was writing a profile. i said this is a better story than the one i'm working on. i think i want to work on this. >> one of the men has an office in the committee the re-election of the president. >> the new movie reminds us that president nixon's tape reveal nixon's fear of his enemies motivated the watergate break-in as well as the list. >> the real nixon is on those tapes. chris: the film interweaves scenes that day. and here they are narrating it as the story unfolded. >> every day bob and i would have coffee together. and on this particular day not that l
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